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Old 11-20-2012, 01:41 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Honestly why not just throw it in a tank bag? The risk of going down and landing on it i think would discourage you from actually keeping it on you. But if you want to still have it on you get a 3/4 jacket with a 2 way zipper. 3/4 jackets without a 2 way zipper bunch up in the front, but if you unzip it from the bottom it keeps it from bunching.
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I thought about that and I used to but carrying a tank bag around with you everywhere is annoying and i don't like it. Plus access in the event of an emergency takes to long.

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I carry all the time as well, on the bike, off the bike, on foot, etc. I used to carry at 6 oclock, but after seeing a close loved-ones spinal injury from similar instances, I now carry at 430. Either way, my jack does a great job of covering mine. It's not leather though, unsure if that's a deal breaker for you. But mine has two button loops that go around by belt to keep the jacket down. If yours doesn't have that, perhaps a tailor could add something similar? Either way, here is a link to mine after a quick click on Google.

https://www.denniskirk.com/3570243M....Fc5cMgodHxsAdg
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Old 11-20-2012, 02:38 PM   #19 (permalink)
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I'm a squid and wear my tight girl jeans when I ride so I can't do anything leg wise.

I wonder if a jacket could accommodate a gun inside? Make my own holster.. And still carry my IWB holster for when I drop the jacket...

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Tank bag > than inside jacket for accessiblility.... But really inside the jacket would probably be best for general carry.
I am surprised you think its going to take more time to get a weapon out if a tank bag try doing it from your jacket with.gloves on.

And carrying on your lower back is a really stupid idea due to the aforementioned spinal injuries... A minor low side could paralyze you.

Check out touring jackets and an 8 inch.zipper.

But given your history of questionable decisions, I am surprised you get to carry at all.
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Yes because you know me so increasibly well. I honestly should use you as a job reference next time. You know my entire life history right?

I couldn't do a tank bag.
The ONE time I moved my gun to ride is want in the middle of my back it was on the back of my "love handle". I didn't like it there I was paranoid. But I was on my way home.
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Sholder holster or fanny pack.

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That is one of the known side affects to airing your drama on a public forum. Welcome to the Internetz.
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I think we are deviating from the original point-----so lets get back on track and find a jacket that does not cover the booty.

No booty covering clothes at all.

This matter is now closed. Pics of the booty mentioned, or the mods will lock this thread.

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As already mentioned, a touring jacket will be cut lower. Or an adventure jacket. You could look at BMG, or Tourmaster, or First Gear.

I prefer 3/4 length (down to the hip) jackets also. I altered Syed's template to lengthen their basic street jacket so it would be as long as I wanted it.
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I almost always carry while riding (or otherwise). I used to just open carry my Glock 20 in a blackhawk paddle holster. It was very comfortable and didn't get in the way of anything... However, I eventually quit carrying like this due to safety concerns in the event of a crash. I then started carrying a smaller XD40 subcompact in a crossbreedholster (BEST IWB holster I've ever tried, and I've tried over a dozen different brands) IWB at 4 o'clock. Though, I still had the same safety concerns... Plus IWB just isn't comfortable with all of the gear on while seated on a bike.

Finally, I just started carrying my S&W Bodyguard 380 in a pocket holster in my jacket pocket. I've given up some stopping power and draw speed for comfort, some safety in a crash, and concealability. Although having a gun in my jacket puts me at more risk of injury than having empty pockets, it's much better than IWB. The gun rests against the side of my abdomen on soft tissue, not over bone. If I crash and land on the gun it will be pushed into my soft tissue, which is much better than bone, which isn't as giving.

Lastly, consider trading in your LCP in for the Bodyguard. I have both, and find that the Bodyguard is far superior to the LCP. The slide locks back after the last round is fired, the grip is much more comfortable, the sights are better, it has a safety (I don't use mine, but it provides peace of mind for many), and it has an internal laser for low light situations. It's pretty much the same size and weight, but packed with a lot more features normally found on full-size guns, not pocket guns. It's been every bit as reliable and more accurate (due to the better sights I think) than the LCP.
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I personally like a shoulder holster but I also carry a Glock 22 or a SA XDM 40.
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My commuter bag. It can fit a full size 1911, and can be worn lower on the chest as well.
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GoPro helmet mount with a Wifi trigger.


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Keep the booty exposed please.
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I'm a squid and wear my tight girl jeans when I ride so I can't do anything leg wise.

I wonder if a jacket could accommodate a gun inside? Make my own holster.. And still carry my IWB holster for when I drop the jacket...

Oh and I was gone for a while. I was in hell aka WV state police academy for 16 weeks. Now I'm skinnier.. Stronger.. And have a fucked up knee! Oh and the most important part... Certified.
And I forgot about this place honestly.
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